“We should all agree: the answer is not to disappoint the police. The answer is to fund the police.” President Joe Biden took a stand in his State of the Union address. But this election gesture doesn’t change the fact that he took a very different path.
Biden’s administration has repeatedly targeted police departments, spreading the awake anti-cop narrative. His Department of Justice, in particular, has revived the Obama-era practice of examining police departments for their racially disparate dates of hits and arrests — no matter that this simply reflects the unfortunate truth that minorities commit a disproportionate number of crimes.
And that’s what Attorney General Merrick Garland announced in September The judiciary would monitor the police departments just more, which goes beyond federal “model or practice” investigations and resulting consent, orders police officers to be disabled. That reverses then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ 2018 memo, which severely restricted the use of consent decrees.
And Biden spent months Spitting an anti-police bull during the 2020 campaigncriticized the alleged “systemic injustice” of the country’s law enforcement agencies, spoke of how “African Americans go through life with constant fear and trauma every day,” and wondered who the next victim of “bad police” will be.
He played on a national trend that has led to retirements and resignations from the police force. Ambushes against police officers also increased by 91% over the past year 73 officers killed in the line of duty – most since 1995. Police departments are struggling to recruit and some have even stopped responding to low-level crime due to staff shortages.
Biden needs to go beyond empty platitudes and direct his entire administration to actually help cops do their jobs.
https://nypost.com/2022/03/06/bidens-pro-police-talk-doesnt-change-his-anti-cop-walk/ Biden’s pro-police talk doesn’t change his anti-cop walking